Freefall : America, Free Markets, and the Sinking of the World Economy (Hardcover) - Stiglitz, Joseph E.

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Nobel Laureate Joseph E. Stiglitz explains how America exported bad economics, bad policies and bad behavior to the rest of the world. When World markets began to fail, America put together a haphazard response. Stiglitz outlines his responses to address the inequalities in the global financial and challenges economists for good ideas. *Author: Stiglitz, Joseph E. *Subtitle: America, Free Markets, and the Sinking of the World Economy *Publication Date: 2010/01/18 *Number of Pages: 361 *Binding Type: Hardcover *Language: English *Depth: 1.75 *Width: 6.75 *Height: 10.25

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Publisher W W Norton & Co Inc
Mfg Part# 9780393075960
SKU 211284427
Format Hardcover
ISBN10 0393075966
Release Date 1/18/2010
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Dimensions (in Inches) 10.25H x 6.75L x 1.75T
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"A professor at Columbia University, Mr. Stiglitz uses his experience teaching to give the lay reader a lucid account of how overleveraged banks, a shoddy mortgage industry, predatory lending and unregulated trading contributed to the meltdown, and how, in his opinion, ill-conceived rescue efforts may have halted the freefall but have failed to grapple with more fundamental problems."
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Editors Note Drawing on his academic and professional expertise, the author explains how the United States exported bad economics, bad policies, and bad behavior to the rest of the world, only to provide a substandard response when the markets finally seized up.
Annotation Pulitzer-Prize winning economist Paul Stiglitz, whose MAKING GLOBALIZATION WORK shed much light on the need to improve how governments and markets behave in the interconnected world economy, examines the causes of the financial crisis of 2008. Much of the blame goes to the United States, says Stiglitz--primarily for its bad policies and its failures to adequately regulate financial institutions. Stiglitz, who is critical of both the Bush and Obama administrations' response to the crisis, proposes deep reforms that are intended to bring order and rationality to the unbalanced global economy and to prepare us for the great challenges that lie ahead.
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